In 1935, Popular Culture Was Forever Transformed When DC Comics Published The First Book Of All New, All Original Comic Material To The Delight Of Millions Of Readers Everywhere, The Modern Comic Book Was Born, And From Its Pages Came Leaping An Exhilarating Cast Of Characters.Now The DC Vault Unlocks DC Comics Most Fascinating Secrets And Deeply Buried Treasures, Presenting A Colorful Array Of Historic And Never Before Published Memorabilia, Including Early Sketches, Covers, Memos, Press Materials, And Much From A Working Reproduction Of A 1942 Junior Justice Society Of America Decoder, To A Series Of Public Service Announcements Starring Superman And Batman, To The Original Pencils And Inks For Wonder Woman 63, This Dazzling Chronicle Contains Than 25 Plastic Encased Archival Pieces For Readers To Pull Out And Examine All While Learning About The Artists, Writers, And World Famous Super Heroes That Make Up The DC Universe Whether You Ve Been Collecting Superman Comics Since The 40s Or Have Just Discovered The Amazing Sandman Saga, You Ll Revel In This Vibrant Treasury
Martin Joseph Marty Pasko born Jean Claude Rochefort was a Canadian comic book writer and television screenwriter.Pasko worked for many comics publishers, but is best known for his superhero stories for DC Comics over three decades He wrote Superman in various media, including television animation, webisodes, and a syndicated newspaper strip for Tribune Media Services, as well as comic books He also co created the 1975 revamp of Doctor Fate.
- 192 pages
- The DC Vault: A Museum-in-a-Book with Rare Collectibles from the DC Universe
- Martin Pasko
- 21 July 2018 Martin Pasko